The Plasma Display
The Plasma screen is another option, familiar to users.
• The picture quality: requiring no backlight to its pixels, the plasma display offers better image quality than the LCD. The depth is greater, and shades of gray and black are the most successful. The brightness of the display, however, can run out of power, and can only be hardly increased.
• The size: the minimum size of a plasma screen is 107 centimeters. So it will take some space in the room where it is installed, and this, especially if you plan to have a home theater or gaming consoles .
• Electricity consumption: the plasma display consumes more than theLCD.
• Price: also the older model, you can now find cheap screens, from 240 euros.
The OLED display
The OLED screen, the latest in screen material:
• The image quality: the type of television OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode display), appeared in 2013, offers the best image quality in the market. Using a chemical brightening in contact with an electric current, the OLED screen offers the unprecedented depth of field and color shades unmatched.
• Congestion: requiring no backlight system, the display is much thinner and lighter than its competitors.
• Electricity consumption: it is very low compared to other flat panel models.
• Price: The OLED is the most expensive model in the market. It takes 2,000 euros minimum for a brand of entry.
To select its flat screen, they need to understand the differences between the existing models, using relevant criteria: image quality, the size and power consumption, and price. For the LCD screen are:
• The image quality: the LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) uses pixels accompanied by a backlight, giving a standard image. It may be noted the lack of density of black and shades of gray.
• Congestion: notably because of the backlight system, the LCD screen is quite large and heavy.
• Power consumption: The LCD screen is greedy in electricity.
• Price: relatively old model, we find the most affordable prices on the market, from 130 euros.
The LED screen
One can also test the LED display:
• The picture quality: Technology LED (Light emitting diode display), offering a pixel lit by a battery diode, provides a more accurate and consistent image. The diodes can be placed anywhere behind the screen (Full LED model) or just on the edge of the screen (Edge LEDmodel).
• Congestion: no backlight system can lighten and refine the LED display.
• electricity consumption: it is less than those of LCD and plasma screens.
• Price: the most common model in the market, one can find products from 170 euros.